Author Archives: Dr. Chris Yanchus

Shoulder Health

Lately at the office, I’ve been dealing with a lot of “gunky” shoulders which have been leading to patients complaining of neck pain, mid back pain and headaches. When I say “gunky” I mean shoulders that won’t go through a … Continue reading

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Spring Cleaning

We have been cooped up in houses and cozy chairs waiting for warmth and better weather to arrive for far too long. With the warmer temperatures coming this week, we are all eager to tend to our landscapes and exercise … Continue reading

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“How do I lose weight?”

Such a loaded question, with incredibly loaded emotional responses. I often dance around the nutritional component of my advice because patient responses to “diet” are either defensive or overwhelming. My instructions only act as a “beginning” to your weight loss … Continue reading

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Just Breathe

The majority of my patients sit for long periods at a time because of school, commuting or a desired activity. When questioned about periods of inactivity, often the first response is a defensive “I never sit.” Now, I am not … Continue reading

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Move an Hr/day

Finding movement done 60 minutes per day is imperative for good health. A regimen of fast and slow movements is best to improve cardiovascular health and core/stability for optimal movement health. Continue reading

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